I was told a "spotter" would get in contact with me ... just wondering if this is likely to happen, or should I just sign up to BT again for another 18 months? (I've only been waiting 6 years to try and get this resolved ... I'm sure another 18 months won't make much of a difference lol)
Usually where this has happened a re-assessment of the infill build cost has proved to be too much for the revenue it could earn. VM will not consider infilling to individual houses, & even if every house was interested in joining VM have to recover the cost of their outlay in a resonable time.
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